At Paris talks, leaders move beyond the environment

PARIS - For world leaders attending a climate summit in Paris just weeks after 130 people were killed by Islamic State militants in the French capital, addressing the coincidental convergence of global warming and terrorism was unavoidable.

Asian shares log solid gains, shrug off China PMI 12:40am EST

TOKYO Asian shares were solidly higher on Tuesday, shrugging off a Chinese factory survey that did little to ease concerns about cooling growth and taking some comfort from a private survey showing a glimmer of stabilisation.

Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke is seen in an undated picture released by the Cook County State's Attorney's Office in Chicago, Illinois.  REUTERS/Cook County State's Attorney's Office/Handout via Reuters

Chicago cop posts bail as protests go on

CHICAGO - A white police officer, charged with murdering a black teenager, posted bond as protests continued in Chicago and some demonstrators, including NAACP President Cornell William Brooks, were arrested.   Full Article | Related Story 

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Jeb Bush speaks about his plans for the U.S. military at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, in Charleston, South Carolina November 18, 2015. REUTERS/Joshua Drake

Bush campaign pulls out the big guns

WASHINGTON - Republican Jeb Bush formed an expansive financial support team led by about 350 major donors from across the country in a much-needed show of strength for his presidential campaign.  Full Article 

The AIG logo is seen at its building in New York's financial district March 19, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

The end of 'too big to fail'?

WASHINGTON - The Federal Reserve Board adopted a rule that allows it to rescue only the broader financial system instead of individual companies.  Full Article 

A worker gathers items for delivery from the warehouse floor at Amazon's distribution center in Phoenix, Arizona November 22, 2013.  REUTERS/Ralph D. Freso

Cyber Monday: not your usual traffic jam

CHICAGO - U.S. online sales grew 14 percent on Cyber Monday, leading some retailers' websites, including Target's, to crash temporarily due to high customer traffic.  Full Article | Factbox 

Help Wanted: Cybersecurity’s Weak Spot

A wave of breaches and theft has made cybersecurity a worry for every company and agency in the world but, there aren’t enough experts to fill all the open jobs. Major colleges are trying to fix that.

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